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HTU

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The wells of the Hainich CZE access two superimposed aquifer assemblages (Hainich transect upper aquifer assemblage (HTU) and Hainich transect lower aquifer assemblage (HTL)) in the thin-bedded alternation of fractured to karstified limestones (aquifers) and marlstones (aquitards) of the Upper Muschelkalk subgroup (Germanic Trias, Thuringian Basin) [4].
A single HTU in a major regional centre of NSW which caters for 68 home dialysis patients was chosen to investigate unplanned activity in the unit.
[112] Participants in the intervention group received a home telemedicine unit (HTU) developed specifically for IDEATel (American Telecare, Inc., Eden Prairie, MN, USA).
Nonetheless late planted wheat required more helio-thermal units (HTU) only during grain formation stage.
For example, the high throughput unit (HTU) of the Xcelodose automatically refills the dispense head with API, but a certain degree of flowability is required so that the API can be transferred from the HTU hopper into the dispense head.
The height of a transfer unit (HTU) was then determined according to Equation (1).
The telemedicine intervention subjects receive a home telemedicine unit (HTU), that is, a specially designed web-enabled computer.
Where steep grades or considerable distances separate the HTU from its water source, fill rates may be maintained or increased by the addition of a supercharge pump.
However, the Shell hydrothermal upgrading (HTU) process offers biocrude production for about 25 $/bbl oil equivalent [70].
Instead, the program is comprised of individuals--the physician, the home training unit (HTU) staff, and the patient working and interacting with each other to ensure corporate success.
The use of hourly temperature data is considered important because diurnal temperature curves are not symmetrical (Parton and Logan, 1981; Cesaraccio et al., 2001), which may cause DTU to differ from HTU. To reflect the diurnal changes in temperature, thermal units are calculated on an hourly basis by subtracting [T.sub.b] from the temperature (T) for each hour of the diurnal cycle, the temperature values are summed, and the summation is divided by 24 so that HTU ([degrees]C h) are expressed on a daily basis ([degrees]C d, Grimm et al., 1993; Cesaraccio et al., 2001), as shown in Eq.